The Governor of Kentucky is looking to better utilize funding by eliminating inactive commissions in his State.
Governor Matt Bevin has helped author the dissolving of 86 various entities through legislative actions and his own executive orders.
Per Kentucky Today:
Bills passed by the 2017 General Assembly and signed into law by Bevin closed down 39 such bodies, which were the creation of earlier legislative action. And Bevin has dissolved another 29 created through executive orders by previous governors.
Governor Bevin is looking to shrink back the role of his office as a means to boost efficiency:
“This administration desires and will implement more effective and efficient management of state government operations and resources,” Bevin wrote in his executive order. “The dissolution of boards and commissions that are no longer active or necessary will aid in securing this greater efficiency and effectiveness.”